If you seem to be having trouble with your drinking, or if your drinking has reached the point where it worries you a bit, you may be interested in knowing something about Alcoholics Anonymous and the A.A. program of recovery from alcoholism.
You may decide that A.A. has nothing to offer you. Should this be the case, we suggest only that you keep an open mind on the subject. Consider your drinking carefully. Determine, for yourself, whether or not alcohol has truly become a problem for you. And remember that you will always be most welcome to join the thousands of individuals in A.A. who have put their drinking problems behind them and now lead “normal” lives of constructive, day-by-day sobriety.
Video: Sober at 17, a member shares her story of finding hope in Alcoholics Anonymous (click on the thumbnail to play the video).
Members of Alcoholics Anonymous carried the message to him in prison, now he lives with freedom (click on the thumbnail to play the video).
My name is ... and I’m an alcoholic, 12 years have gone by and I’m basking in the joys that a clean and sober life has given me.
At 32yrs old when I come to A.A. I was desperate, suffering from a disease that I didn’t really know about or understand.